Student Led Conference Activities

There were many activities at our Student Led Conferences. Here are some you can do at home if you didn’t get to them all.

There were many activities at our Student Led Conferences. Here are some you can do at home if you didn’t get to them all.

 

Language Arts:

-       Have your child read “C Is for Canada” aloud to you. This story is Raz-Kids Level T. At this point in the year (February), this passage is considered Grade Level for all Grade 4 students. Your child should be able to read it independently if they are Near/At Grade Level. Remember that students learn and develop at different stages.

-       Check out the Animal research on Google slides. Your child has had time to reflect and edit. What you are seeing is what they feel is a good copy.

-       Read your child’s Ski Story and complete the book report questions in their home reading duotang. Give as much detail as you can gain by reading the story. Your child’s reflection will help them understand how what they write tells or doesn’t tell key details. As an author we have the ideas but the key is to ensure our reader can “see” our ideas. This will lead to expanding our skills as authors.

 

Social Studies:

-       Have your child demonstrate their understanding of the six regions of Alberta. They can use their Geographical Regions reflection sheet on Google Slides. What are some of the natural resources, landforms, vegetation, animals and bodies of water, and climate, and how do we use these?

-       Read your child’s “letter to your grandchild” on Google Drive. How does this tell your family story?

 

Science:

-       Ask your child to explain what happens to ecosystems because of an imbalance due to a ‘waste in our world’.

-       Ask your child to explain how waste is recycled in the Ecosystem Life Cycle.  Explain the 4 “Rs”.

 

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